Impact of MOOC on increasing student interest in the learning process in the context of blended learning
The present study aims to substantiate the necessity of using MOOCs in the learning process in higher education institutions, as well as to develop and describe the particular components of a method for using MOOCs in organizing blended learning. The article substantiates the relevance of using MOOCs in the conditions of blended learning and presents various approaches to the definition of MOOC and blended learning. The results of comparative analysis of world MOOC platforms, a model for the integration of a MOOC into the structure of an academic discipline, and the results of an empirical study of engaging students in the use of MOOCs in the conditions of blended learning are presented. MOOCs can be used at different stages of studying academic disciplines in higher education institutions: in laboratory classes or individual assignments, in the process of students’ independent work, their preparation for mid-term and final tests. The study concludes that MOOCs are advisable for use in the educational process and it is important to engage students to take them.
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